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Alt-right blames 'Jews' for Donald Trump's debate flop

Donald Trump appeared less aggressive and a bit sheepish in Sunday's presidential debate, and his alt-right base has a familiar theory as to what prompted the low energy: the Jews. Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in St. Louis in the second of three presidential debates, just 48 hours after a video surfaced showing the GOP candidate saying that his celebrity status allows him the right to sexually assault women.
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